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Around this time in their heyday, the Crusaders were experimenting with orchestral/jazz fusions in concert — and MCA thought enough of them to capture the music in London's Royal Festival Hall one fine summer. Crusader pianist/sparkplug Joe Sample evidently arranged and orchestrated all of the Royal Philharmonic's parts himself, not necessarily with the expertise of a full-time practitioner of the craft. Too often, the orchestrations are piled on with a shovel; the orchestral "Overture" is a particularly mawkish piece of work. But the Crusaders still had their signature rhythm section pumping away, with drummer Stix Hooper in a particularly propulsive mood all night — and they carry the excess weight easily along in the funky groove. Things come to a peak when fellow MCA signee B.B. King slips on to the stage, first in a stomping "The Thrill Is Gone" and then in one of the most infectious tracks he or the Crusaders ever cut, "Better Not Look Down." It's a master class in economy, every guitar note landing squarely in Stix's pocket, Sample matching every brief lick with a funky comment on the electric piano, the King's command over the British audience complete. King also tries out the big Crusaders vocal hit "Street Life," but this time, guest singer Josie James has him beat — and there are some evidently unplanned numbers for King and the Crusaders as encores. Elsewhere, guitarist David T. Walker is on-hand to provide economic, to-the-point commentary in his own style; James is also featured in an exuberant "Burnin' Up the Carnival." Apart from his reliable comping on electric piano. Sample also provides some elaborate elegance on solo acoustic piano on "Fly With Wings of Love," while tenor player Wilton Felder acts as the genial emcee. The original double-LP issue took in the second half of the programs in London — about an hour of music, easily transferable to one CD — and it's one of the band's most enjoyable albums of that period. ~ Richard S. Ginell, Rovi


Nacido(a): 16 de septiembre de 1925 en Indianola, MS

Género: Blues

Años de actividad: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Universalmente aclamado como el rey del blues, B.B. King fue sin lugar a dudas el guitarrista eléctrico de blues más importante de la segunda mitad del siglo XX. Su manera de tocar la guitarra influenció a legiones de músicos, mientras que su expresiva voz era capaz de sacarle el máximo provecho a cualquier letra. Entre 1951 y 1985 King acumuló la impresionante cifra de 74 entradas en las listas de R&B de Billboard, y en 1970 tuvo incluso un éxito masivo con "The Thrill Is Gone", algo extremadamente...
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